LBST 310: Presentation Criteria – Labour, Politics, and Protest
Each student, alone or with one other person, will present their research to the class. This assignment is meant as a complimentary presentation to the subject matter of your final research paper.
Essentially you will facilitate the seminar for 10 minutes (with extra time for questions not included in the 10 minutes). As facilitators, it will be your job to guide the seminar, you may want to do a simple lecture or provide a different type of presentation. Your presentation should include some sort of interactive component whether it is simply students doing a reading ahead of time or a list of questions to consider. Ideally the materials should be made available one week ahead but at least a few days before your presentation. Any reading should be available as full text through the library or easily accessible for students in another form. I will set up a page under discussions in canvas for you to post the reading, media clip, youtube video…whatever you post that is relevant to your presentation.
Each presentation should outline the general themes and arguments of your proposed paper. You will be handing in the proposal and bibliography the day of your presentation so this should not be too difficult. Depending on when you present and how far along you are in your research you may include not only your thesis and purpose but also your findings – some of you will have only preliminary findings.
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For those of you having trouble coming up with a topic please feel free to discuss this with me.
The presentation can be a simple lecture format, or can use film, video, acting, power point, or whatever medium suits your purpose. Please arrange with me any media needs you may have the week before your presentation.
Presentation Marking Criteria:
/5 Clearly identifies subject in introduction Depth of content sufficient and related to the title and or purpose of the presentation. Message of the presentation clearly stated. Presentation has sufficient evidence given to support arguments. Presentation maintains clear focus on the topic. Creative presentation that engages students.
Visual aids are readable, clear and professional looking, enhancing the message.
/5 Identifies major themes for the project and outlines what direction the final project is taking. The presentation meaningfully engages important thematic and interpretive issues around labour, politics, and protest.
Readings, questions, or other materials provided to help draw interest of students.
/5 Ideas are logically developed with each idea or theme effectively supporting the main points of the presentation. Original insights generated, providing a new perspective on the topic. Evidence of critical thinking.